- 1) Bishop Museum
Dive into Hawai‘i's history with a visit to the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, the state's largest history and science museum featuring collection upon collection of Hawaiian artifacts and documents. Tucked away in Kalihi the museum is a perfect diversion if you're stuck with one of Hawai‘i's few-and-far-between rainy days.
Make sure to carve out some time to visit the newly renovated Hawaiian Hall, a perfect place for keiki (children) and families to you learn all about old Hawai‘i with exhibits and collections on Native Hawaiian history and culture. The $20-million renovation has taken the hall into the 21st century with new computer technology, lighting and surround sound, offering recorded Hawaiian chants. And for those who have dreamt about doing it, this is your chance to go toe to toe (or nose to fin) with a complete 50-foot sperm whale skeleton suspended in the hall's foyer or get up close and personal with the museum's luxurious collection of Hawaiian regalia.
Waikiki Parc guests can simply flash their Parc key card for complimentary access to the museum, open from 9 p.m. to 5 p.m. except on Tuesdays, when the museum is closed. If your schedule allows, you'll be seeing stars with the Bishop Museum's planetarium shows, which take place daily at 10:30 a.m. (The Sky Tonight), 1:30 p.m. (Explorers of Polynesia) and 3:30 p.m. (Astronomy of Galileo).
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